The Hindu deity Vishnu-Vasudeva-Narayana Place of Origin: Cambodia, former kingdom of Angkor Date: 1175-1225 Materials: Bronze with traces of gilding and gemstones Style or Ware: Bayon
GILD FIGURE OF A FEMALE DEITY A Bronze Gild figure of a female deity Angkor Wat 12th Century 21.5cm Provenance: Ex Douglas Latchford collection
British Museum. Standing Shiva. Cambodia, Khmer, 11th century CE. Given by the Brooke Sewell Fund. Shiva is one of the three most important Hindu gods. Hinduism co-existed with Buddhism in ancient Cambodia
Rare Bronze Buddha figure of size 15 cm, 5 7/8 in from Polonnaurwa period. Sold at Sotheby's 08/12/08 for 15,000Eur. 10TH-11TH CENTURY
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Name of Deity: Maitreya Country of Origin: Cambodia Date: 8th century Medium: Bronze Alloy Mudra: Maitreya holds a lotus flower in her right hand while grasping her robe in the other hand.
Vishnu, 8th-9th century (gold & silver)
A rare gilt bronze figure of Buddha Amitayus. Sino-tibetan. Qing Dynasty Buddha Amitayus seated in vajrasana on a very rarely seen high double-lotus